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Shabbat Dinner & Traditional Service Friday, April 11

Reform Jewish Congregation Ner Tamid Shabbat Dinner & Traditional Service. All are welcome. A relaxed dinner of pizza and salad will be served at 5:45 pm with Service at 7:00 pm. Sermon: Passover: The Revealed and the Hidden Things Found In Our Seder

Rabbi Thomas Liebschutz
Rabbi Thomas Liebschutz
Reform Jewish Congregation Ner Tamid Shabbat Dinner  and Traditional Service This Friday, April 11. Held at the Canterbury Clubhouse, 3804 Courson St., Marietta, GA 30066. All are welcome. A relaxed dinner of pizza and salad will be served at 5:45 pm. Service will be led by Rabbi Liebschutz at 7:00 pm.

Passover: The Revealed and the Hidden Things Found In Our Seders 

Shabbat HaGadol is almost here. The Great Sabbath is the name Jewish tradition gives the Sabbath before Passover. Traditionally it is one of the most important Sabbaths of the Jewish year. Its Haftorah, from Malachi, Chapter 3, speaks of Elijah, the forerunner of the Jewish Messiah and the coming of that great and awesome day of the L-rd when the wicked will be destroyed and the righteous arise with healing. 

One of the highlights of our Passover holiday of redemption, liberation and freedom from bondage is our much anticipated Seders. But what do we really know about our Seders? In it some things are revealed while others are hidden. This Shabbat learn about the hidden aspects of the Seder and share them with your family at Monday evening's festive feast.

We will also be collecting donations of gently used or new umbrellas, as well as food for the JF&CS Food Pantry at the service.

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